About Liz Hill Public Relations LLC
Liz Hill Public Relations LLC was founded in Washington, D.C. in 1999 with a single mission: to be the premier company addressing the communications needs of Native American/First Nation/Indigenous nations, organizations, businesses and individuals. Liz approaches each of her clients with fresh eyes to develop customized, unique strategies.
Liz Hill specializes in public and media relations, writing and editing, fundraising and grant writing, media training, marketing, strategic planning, crisis management, event planning, artist/musician booking, concert production, radio and video production services, social media campaigns, advertising buys (including OTT and radio streaming), graphic design and website design. From 2002-2012, she was a producer for community and public radio at WPFW 89.3 FM Washington, DC. She is currently Producer of two radio programs: “First Voices Radio,” a one-hour live weekly program hosted by Tiokasin Ghosthorse (Lakota) and syndicated internationally on 110+ public, community and commercial radio stations in the U.S., Canada and Germany, and "The Long Way Around" hosted by Grammy Award-winning record producer and recording artist Malcolm Burn. Both programs air Sunday evenings (Eastern Time) on Radio Kingston, WKNY 1490 AM and 107.9 FM in Kingston, NY and stream at radiokingston.org.
Liz Hill's professional affiliations include the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), the Indigenous Journalists Association (formerly the Native American Journalists Association) and the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of California. She was the Founding President of the Board of Directors of the National Native American Hall of Fame. Liz is a citizen of the Red Lake Band of Ojibwe, Ogiishkimanisii (Kingfisher) Clan, in northern Minnesota.
Although Liz has diversified her client base over the years, hers is still the same agency at heart. Are you ready to set your organization, brand or business on the path to success? Contact Liz today and find out what she can do for you.
(Photo Credit: July 2017 Red Lake Nation celebration, Michael Barrett. Home Page Photo Credit: Loye Miller)